VIDEO: Premier Ford asks for patience for vaccine certificate rollout



Premier Ford asks for patience in early days of vaccine certificate rollout, says app will lead to education

Premier Doug Ford made his second appearance in eight weeks at a press conference this morning (September 22) on the first day of the rollout of the provincial vaccination certificate program.

The Prime Minister asked people to be patient during the learning period, especially with restaurant owners and traders.

“I want to be clear, the app will lead to education,” Ford said.

He promised, again, that the vaccine certificate measure would be temporary.

As of today, people aged 12 and over who will enter and stay in interior spaces of certain places such as theaters, gymnasiums, restaurants and recreation facilities will need to prove that they have been fully vaccinated with two doses of a drug approved by Health Canada. vaccine at least 14 days ago.

You can find the vaccination certificate program rules here.

Faced with a question about which municipalities bear the brunt of the cost of enforcing proof of vaccination rules, Ford did not commit to details but pledged he would find financial help for municipal governments.

“We’ve been supporting municipalities from day one, just like the federal government,” Ford said. “We’re going to be there for them. I’ll try to get every penny I can from the federal government.”


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